B intermedium is a sub-shrub native to India and Sri Lanka, it grows to height of about 1 feet. The plant has a woody base, the stem of the plant is greenish-rusty in color; the entire plant is covered with white hairs. The plant is occasionally near shola forest areas in Nilgiri district of Tamilnadu. The leaves are single pinnate. The lower leaflet is small and the we go up the axis the leaflet size increases. The number of leaflets vary between 12-20 in each leaf. The stalk-less leaflets are oblique, truncate, and densely hairy. The inflorescence is in the form of an umbel with 10-12 flowers. The inflorescence stalk is long, rusty and hairy. The fruit is in the from of a capsule. Generally seen in high altitude areas between 1700-2000 MSL.